Hip Hop is far from dead and artist Ke Turner's new single "Slick" is here to prove it
The single, dedicated to Grammy-nominated rapper Ricky "Slick Rick" Walters, has created a lot of buzz because of Ke Turner's unique music style, and is set to prove that hip hop is far from dead.
Jun 09, 2015, 12:34 ET
ATLANTA, June 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- There's a new hip hop artist in town as Ke Turner releases her single "Slick" and a new extended EP later this year. The single is dedicated to Grammy-nominated rapper Ricky "Slick Rick" Walters.
"When other girls my age were playing with Barbie dolls, I began sharpening my ear for music when I used to make impromptu songs to my father's guitar playing. Today I want to speak about real life or spiritual matters that many can relate to with only one goal - to inspire people," Ke Turner said.
Influenced by past emcees like Roxanne Shante and Nikki D and artists like En Vouge, Mariah Carey and Mary J. Blige, not only is Ke Turner an emcee and singer but she is also a songwriter. Atlanta-based Ke Turner has previously, between 1997 - 2003, been a part of an all female hip hop group "Gypcees." With all of the diversified influence she has had its a no brainer why her music has such a culturally rich unique sound & vibe.
The single "Slick" and the upcoming EP are produced by Maseed Productions.
Listen to Song at Music City's online music store: http://bestwaytodownloadmusic.com/slick
For further information about production, please contact Maseed Productions at: www.maseedproductions.com
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SOURCE Maseed Productions
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